[UPDATE: SOLD OUT] We’re releasing another fantastic sticker pack, this time combining anatomically themed stickers by a variety of talented US street artists. These stickers are made for the streets, but can go anywhere your anatomical heart desires. Screen printed sticker packs by street artists Rx, N.O. Bonzo, SKAM,… Read More »Anatomical Street Art Combo Sticker Packs
Montreal-based architect, Federico Carbajal creates anatomical architectures out of galvanized wire, stainless steel and acrylic through what he calls spatial sketching. Federico describes his work, With the influence of the old masters and the early works of Alexander Calder, to current digital 3D media and architectural representation, these tridimensional hybrids… Read More »Federico Carbajal’s Anatomical Architectures
This piece, titled Valentine, was created by visual artist Evi Numen who “draws inspiration from medicine and psychiatry as well as painting and film.” Evi also happens to work full time at one of my favorite museums in the world, The Mütter Museum. How cool is that! View all of… Read More »Evi Numen
I have never wanted a tattoo until this very moment. These are just a few of the many gorgeous tattoos by São Paulo-based artist Gregorio Marangoni. His style is so detailed and I love the tone he achieves with what looks like stippling on skin. The work speaks for itself… Read More »Gregorio Marangoni’s Gorgeous Tatuagens
Portugal-based graphic artist, Márcio Martins experiments with anatomy and design in these pieces that burst with light and energy. View all of Márcio’s work on his Behance portfolio!
Los Angeles-based artist, painter, and jewelry designer Jennifer Korsen, created this beautiful series of paper hearts detailing a multitude of loves. These are just a few of the many hearts Jennifer has created. Be sure and check out the rest on her portfolio site, humansmakeart.com and on her Facebook! … Read More »Jennifer Korsen’s Paper Hearts
Can you believe this whole piece is edible, down to the cigarette butts and ash! Created by our lovely friend Miss Cakehead and edible art director Natasha Collins, these blackened lung cookies were sent out as a promotion for new business prospects by the Stay Puft Creativity Corporation. We created… Read More »Lung Cookie Complete with Edible Cigarette Butts
Spontaneous graphic study by Kiev-based illustrator, Evgeniy Lapchenko.
Fabulous skull made out of computer parts and speakers from a city landfill, by Yukon School of Visual Arts student, Graham Rudge. “Circuit skull” explores the ever increasing bond between humans and their technology. Graham’s skull won the BMO Financial Group 1st Art! Competition in 2011 and as part of… Read More »Circuit Skull
Ran across this beauty of a watch designed by talented artist Fiona Krüger. Her eye for detail is amazing. On her website, you can view all the iterations of the design through her sketches and mockups. The back face of the watch is as lovely as the front. This is… Read More »Anatomic Fashion Friday: Momento Mori Watch
Netherlands-based multidisciplinary artist, Levi van Veluw, is a master at crafting different types of materials and patterns using his head as the sole canvas. I love how the figures look almost haunting with their expressionless faces and how the patterns and textures accentuate different features of the head. View all… Read More »Levi van Veluw’s Veneer Series
Asger Carlsen, born 1973 in Denmark, is a New York City based artist. Much of his work focuses on the human body. He manipulates often already contorted shapes, redesigning the human form. His work is sometimes subtle and requires close inspection – seemingly tricking the eyes. Other pieces are more… Read More »Asger Carlsen’s Strange Body Forms
Whoa. Ok, this takes paper crafts to the next level. Lobulo Design, of London/Barcelona, does some stunning work, all hand cut! Most of the pieces have a lot of depth, not always translated in the head on shots, but their website has some really great behind the scenes photos and videos of how these… Read More »Lobulo Design